Chasing the Ambulance

Bethel Fire Department Calls for week ending February 26

• On 2-19-21 at 11:59 A.M., Medics responded to the report of a person that has chest pain. Patient was assessed and transported to the hospital. • On 2-19-21 at 5:49 P.M., Medics responded to […]

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In our Native Land

Nine Years Later, RurAL CAP Reflects on Karluk Manor

by RurAL CAP Staff In December of 2011, the Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc. (RurAL CAP) opened Karluk Manor, Anchorage’s inaugural Housing First facility, to eligible populations. For nine years, Karluk Manor has provided […]

Heard it in the Steam House

Calista Corporation clarifies misunderstandings by YKHC Resolution

by Calista Corporation Staff Calista Corporation is clarifying misunderstandings in the recent resolution passed by YKHC’s executive board opposing a regional tribal government. Calista is merely the most recent organization seeking to support Yukon-Kuskokwim Tribal […]

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Christian Counseling

by Dr. Lorin Bradbury Question: I am a Christian and I am afraid of the secular theories of counseling and psychology. How can I find a psychologist or counselor who practices Christian psychology? First, I […]

Obituaries

Fr. Charles Petersen, SJ

Father Charles Jon (Chuck) Peterson, SJ, 82, pastoral minister to Native peoples in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, died December 24, 2020, in San Jose, California, of complications of Covid-19. Fr. Peterson was born November […]

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The Revelation Part 1

by Tad Lindley Have you ever read the Book of the Revelation? If you haven’t, you are missing a blessing. The Bible even promises a blessing to us if we read the Revelation. Blessed is […]

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Swiss Steak in the Crockpot

by Millie Bentley Greetings. I hope you are all doing good. This recipe calls for a slow cooker, which can come in handy during one of your buys days – just assemble the ingredients, toss […]

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An interesting trip to Arizona

by Peter Twitchell It was a very interesting trip to the State of Arizona. I was surprised that the terrain was not flat but mountainous and rough with steep rocky mountain ranges and deep valleys, […]

Speak Your Mind

Umyuaqanka qanruyutenka … I remember my counsel

by Elena Aluskak Umyuaqaqa aanama inerqulallra cenirtaaresqevkenii – I remember my mom’s admonishment on “going house to house” known today as “visiting” (notice how the latter seems to make it very ok). She would talk […]

Inside Bethel News

Senate District S Legislative Report

by Senator Lyman Hoffman Good Morning – Here we are at the end of the sixth week of session. The Senate Finance committee heard from Education and Early Development on the School Major Maintenance and […]